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From "Dustin N. Jenkins" <djenk...@invoqsystems.com>
Subject OpenSessionInView with Spring Hibernate Sessions
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2005 18:13:43 GMT
    My application uses Cocoon 2.1.7, JDK 1.5.0_04, Spring 1.2, and 
Hibernate 3.0.5.  Currently, the OpenSessionInView filter for Cocoon is 
used for each URL (i.e. the web.xml is set to filter all URLs that match 
/*), and a Hibernate Interceptor exists on some Service Layer objects 
that are called by the Presentation Layer. 

    I want to know if this is bad practice.  I ask since I don't know if 
the fact that the Hibernate Interceptor and the OpenSessionInView could 
act on the same object and create two different Hibernate sessions.  I 
do sometimes see a Hibernate/Spring error of associating a Proxy with 
two open sessions, and this is all I can think of to be the problem.  
Any suggestions to the contrary?

Many thanks,
Dustin

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